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Saint Seiya: Meiou Hades Meikai-hen


Alternative Titles

English: Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter - Inferno
Japanese: 聖闘士星矢 冥王ハーデス冥界編

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 17, 2005 to Feb 6, 2007
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Popularity: #2367
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Synopsis

Seiya and the rest of the Bronze and Gold Saints who have survived the Sanctuary battle have entered the world of the Dead. They are fighting to get to Hades and defeat him.

(Source: ANN)

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Staff

Katsumata, Tomoharu
Director, Storyboard
Cruz, Ricardo
Theme Song Performance
Matsuzawa, Yumi
Theme Song Performance
Kurumada, Masami
Original Creator


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"Megami no Senshi ~Pegasus Forever~" by Marina del Ray

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"Takusu mono he" by Matsuzawa Yumi



More reviewsReviews

Oct 21, 2018
ChouEritto (All reviews)
The middle act of the Hades Arc, Inferno, is a major step down from Sanctuary in almost every way.

Whilst quickly going through many of the battles and several Celestial Star Spectres quickly being diposed of allows it to stand out and be less repetitive when it comes to combat with it's side villains than the Poseidon Arc was, it also makes them a major disappointment when Terrestrial Star Spectres such as Myu proved a genuine threat to the Gold Saints. Instead of being a true step up in power, only the Judges, Pharaoh and Rhadamanthys' underlings prove much of a genuine threat. The reveal read more
Oct 1, 2010
ParaParaJMo (All reviews)
Story and Characters
It of course picks up exactly where the Sanctuary oavs leave off. This time as opposed to the Gold Saints being the central focus, the main featured characters in this series are Seiya and Shun as well as one certain Gold Saint I can't mention due to spoiler reasons in relation to the original TV series, though Hyoga and Shiryu aren't exaclty useless, they are still busy fighting their battles respective battles. And Ikki is still rarely present, but whatever presence he has will be overly significant to what happens in this story. The newer main villains that were introduced in the last read more
Apr 26, 2019
SieghartTheMage (All reviews)
The continuation, with the part of the underworld. You immediately notice a change of style. If the first part (Hades Sanctuary) had dared, with some changes to the story and a bit of CG in the graphics, here we essentially stick to the manga faithfully, without even great animations.

History manages to remain good, in the Underworld with Dante inspiration. The main problem is that that feeling of war is missing, the characters are scattered, and of serious battles, in true Saint Seiya style, there are very few.

A fairly painful key is the characterization of the enemies. Except for Rhadamanthys, already presented in the previous read more

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